Special Education Staff
School Phone: (770) 889-1630
Susan Bartig-Oliver I am in my fifth year teaching at Mashburn Elementary and my sixth year in Forsyth County. Prior to coming to work in Forsyth County, I taught Special Needs Pre-K at a private early intervention center in Hall County. I also spent several years working in a children's psychiatric hospital while living in Florida. I have my Masters Degree in Special Education from Brenau University, Bachelors Degree in Psychology from the University of Florida, and am currently working on my Specialist Degree in Special Education. 750142 firstname.lastname@example.org Marie Haley Mrs. Haley graduated from Wheelock College in Boston, MA in 1992 with a dual undergraduate degree in Early Childhood Education and Young Children with Special Needs. She began her teaching career in Fulton County, working in the preschool and special needs kindergarten department for sixteen years. She received her Master's Degree in Interrelated Special Education from North Georgia College and State University in 2001. Mrs. Haley spent two years teaching in South Carolina before joining the Interrelated Special Education Department at Mashburn in 2010. Noah Ridings
Mr. Ridings holds a Bachelor's Degree in Early Childhood Education and Special Education from North Georgia College and State University and is working towards his Master's Degree from North Georgia College and State University. This is Mr. Ridings’s first year teaching and he is excited to be a part of Mashburn Elementary.
750160 email@example.com Colleen Neubert Mrs. Neubert holds a BS in Early Childhood Education and an MS in Special Education. She has taught children with special needs all fourteen years of her teaching career. In addition, she is certified in Middle Grades Social Sciences, Special Education General Curriculum, and Special Education Cognitive Level. She has both Gifted and ESOL Endorsements. This is Mrs. Neubert's ninth year as an autism teacher at Mashburn. In 2010-11, she was chosen as Mashburn's Teacher of the Year. 750148 firstname.lastname@example.org Julie Stanfield
Mrs. Stanfield received her BS in Early Childhood Education with a Reading endorsement in 2013 from Reinhardt University. She also holds her Special Education certification. She joined the Mashburn team in 2017. When not teaching, she enjoys spending time on Lake Lanier with her husband and two children.
750167 email@example.com Michelle Gormally Speech-Language Mrs. Gormally earned a BA and MA in Communication Processes and Disorders from the University of Florida. She is a licensed Speech-Language Pathologist. She is a member of the American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA) and holds her Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech-Language Pathology (CCC-SLP). She also holds a Georgia teaching certificate. Mrs. Gormally has worked in both private practice and public school settings since 1995. She joined the Mashburn team in 2008. 750213 firstname.lastname@example.org Patricia Rice Speech-Language I have been a Speech Language Pathologist for 30 years and a Mashburn Blue Bear for 11 years.The majority of my caseload is working with preschool through 2nd grade students on articulation, language and literacy goals. I am fortunate to be a part of such an amazing team here at Mashburn and I look forward to seeing what exciting things this school year has in store. 750211 email@example.com Cristina Saldana Speech-Language
Dr. Saldana-Illingworth is Forsyth County School System’s Bilingual Speech-Language Pathologist. She began her career in 1999 as a Teacher of the Speech and Hearing Handicapped in the New York public school system. In 2001, she obtained her Master's Degree in Communication Disorders from Southern Connecticut State University and continued to work in New York and Connecticut. She was also employed by La Carlota Hospital in Mexico, working with children with Down Syndrome and hearing impairments as well as adult stroke patients. She has Spanish certification and an ESOL Endorsement. In 2016, she obtained a PhD in Exceptional Childhood Education and has authored three books.
firstname.lastname@example.org Rosie Fowler Speech-Language Mrs. Fowler graduated from the University of Alabama with a Master's Degree in Speech-Language Pathology. She is a member of the American Speech-Language Hearing Association with a Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech -Language Pathology. She has been an SLP since 2011 and joined the Mashburn team in 2014. 750209 email@example.com Kelly Phillips Parapro Bio Coming Soon! 750148
firstname.lastname@example.org Michelle Chamblee Parapro Mrs. Chamblee has worked at Mashburn since 2006. Although she currently works in the autism classroom as a Special Education paraprofessional, Mrs. Chamblee has served in a variety of roles including P.E. paraprofessional. 750148
email@example.com Autumn Krauth Mrs. Krauth graduated from Georgia Southern University with a Bachelor's Degree in Early Childhood Education. She received her Master's Degree in Teaching and Learning as well as ESOL endorsement from GSU. She also holds her Special Education certification. This is Mrs. Krauth's tenth year of teaching and her fourth year at Mashburn! She enjoys spending time with her husband and two children on the lake! 750221
firstname.lastname@example.org Ashley Rosenbalm Parapro Ms. Rosenbalm has worked with special needs children since 2010. She also worked in Mashburn's after-school program prior to becoming a paraprofessional. Ms. Rosenbalm was chosen as the 2012-13 Parapro of the Year. She holds a degree in Pre-K Education from Lanier Tech. 750142
email@example.com Missy Jones 750213 Macy Weeks Bio coming soon. 750221 firstname.lastname@example.org